Ordinand Reflection for Advent 2

1st year ordinand and doctoral student Peter Heath reflects on his formational journey so far in relation to the message of St John the Baptist. Saint John the Baptist, Carlo Crivelli 1476 (Permission for use under Creative Commons licenseproperty of the National Gallery, London.) “The voice of one crying out in the wilderness:‘Prepare the way … Continue reading Ordinand Reflection for Advent 2

Sermon for the closing Eucharist of the Michaelmas Term – Fr Earl Collins

At that same hour Jesus rejoiced in the Holy Spirit and said, “I thank you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have hidden these things from the wise and the intelligent and have revealed them to infants; yes, Father, for such was your gracious will. All things have been handed over to me by my Father; and … Continue reading Sermon for the closing Eucharist of the Michaelmas Term – Fr Earl Collins

Sermon preached by Rev’d Dr Alex Ross on the Feast of St Luke. October 2018.

2 Timothy 4:5-17           Luke 10:1-9 I don’t know about you: but I love ‘vision’ and ‘mission’ statements. There’s nothing I enjoy more of an evening than to sit down with a brandy and pour over the latest offering from a diocesan website. Now – I don’t mean statements about genuine … Continue reading Sermon preached by Rev’d Dr Alex Ross on the Feast of St Luke. October 2018.

Sermon for the first Corporate Eucharist of Michaelmas Term – Fr Earl Collins

  Sermon for the 18thSunday after Trinity The Letter of James is a New Testament book strongly influenced by Old Testament wisdom. The author - maybe James the “Brother of the Lord,” maybe not - uses literary forms associated with that tradition such as aphorisms and admonitions. James wants us to cultivate “the wisdom that … Continue reading Sermon for the first Corporate Eucharist of Michaelmas Term – Fr Earl Collins